City Market (Raleigh, North Carolina)
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City Market Raleigh, North Carolina
City Market

City Market in Raleigh is a market located in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. It was founded in October, 1914. It became known as a historic place when Raleigh City Council secured a grant from the North Carolina Division of Archives & History to study the architectural resources surrounding Moore Square, in 1980. It is one of the major tourist attractions in Raleigh. In early May, 2008, the market was the location of an art project unveiling by the Visual Art Exchange.[1] The market hosts a monthly festival, called First Friday, on the first Friday of every month.


Further reading

  • The 1914 City Market at Moore Square in Raleigh, NC. Published, 1989 OCLC: 32127888

Coordinates: 35°46?35?N 78°38?10?W / 35.77650°N 78.63598°W / 35.77650; -78.63598

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